Aug 10, 2004 3:36am
Phil Lesh and Friends
"PLQ=Phil Lesh Quintet aka Phil Lesh & Friends. "
okay, cool. I assume he was also part of the grateful dead? I appologize, i'm not familiar with the dead, rat dog, any of that but i know they are quite popular. And i do know my history... I can imagine what a thrill it must be to discover this site when all you've had for the past 25 years is an old Maxell II cassette that you traded a fellow dead-head for in the parking lot of a show all those years ago, and which you've probably worn down to near break-point. This is truely a great resource for all, but espeically for fans like you that are just finding this treasure trove of archived history. So enjoy! there is so much here, by so many bands. browse around and share for free the music!
"I just found this site 3 weeks ago and have not seen anything on the forum so maybe there was discussion before I got going. If so I apologize in advance for any duplications."
Hey, no worries! With the dead's precedent setting taping policy all those years ago, i'm sure all the side projects would all love to be included on the archive. all we need is specific 'ok' from their archivist, manager, webmaster, something like that, someone that has the 'say so' to say: "Archive.org is okay with us" and they probably would have no problem doing so since they are so taper friendly, the only hurdle is getting contact and getting them to say so.
the entry for that band:
nothing really has been tried since 09/15/02 ! so this band is LONG over-due for a re-try. Especially with ratdog sayign 'yes', thigns look bright! i will talk to the ratdog archivist and see if he knows the contact info for the other archivists for the other side-projects so hopefully we can get this rolling! if you have any contact info for them, send it to us admins at:
Thanks and enjoy the live music archive.
This post was modified by Tyler on 2004-08-10 10:36:19